Kheerganga

Kheerganga or Kheer Ganga as the name recommend is Ganga Waterway ( the Ganges Stream) as White as a Kheer (an Indian sweet dish produced using milk and Rice) The name Kheerganga came because of the smooth waters of the stream streaming in the entirety of its limitlessness and its streams streaming into Parvati valley from all sides of the mountain. The valley is so bottomless in water asset that there is Hydel Power Task coming up in the town of BARSHIANI. Kheerganga is a concealed jewel, Not many individuals think about this spot, its excellence lies in being immaculate!

Kheer Ganga (3050 meters) lies at the extraordinary end of Parvati valley and the last repressed town while trekking to stick valley by means of Stick Parvati pass. Kheerganga’s all encompassing skies and huge greenery are a genuinely necessary joy to the trekker’s eyes and particularly the worn out legs. It is a heavenly spot with a high temp water spring, a little sanctuary of Ruler Shiva and a washing tank. It makes an uncommon blend for any trekker to shower in hot spring water when everything is secured by snow.

Kheerganga is a little village in inclines of mountains. The opposite side of the mountain opens towards Lahaul Spiti valley. There are bunches of famous treks in the territory yet Kheerganga is THE spot to trek in the midst of nature and unwind alongside Hot spring showers. Kheerganga trek begins from town Barsheni which is motorable from mainstream religious spot of Sikhs – Manikaran. Its a 22 km stretch in the mountains from Manikaran with Immaculate nature and straightforward town scenes.

The place has a religious significance for both Hindu and Sikh pilgrims. Situated 22 km away from Manikaran, Kheerganga is popular for its hot water spring even during heavy snowfall and bathing in it is an experience you will definitely cherish.